Guess I'm a little behind on the bunny updates. Who am I kidding? I'm a little behind on everything. I had no idea it would take so long to get back into the fall groove and quit living like gypsies.
I'm working on a website so the blog isn't so rabbit-centric, but if I wait until it's up and running, these bunnies will be all old and feeble. Heck, that top pic was like three weeks ago!
I have four, great-looking bucks that are weaned and ready to go. They've been handled every day since they were born, so they are pretty gentle (I say "pretty" because one is a bit wilder than the rest, ha) and they all have um, different personalities. They are pure English Angora, the sire is Noble, my chocolate torte and the dam is Blueberry, a broken blue doe who's big brown eye you can see in that top pic. They would all make fantastic woolers and companions or good breeding stock if you are wanting to introduce brokens to your lines.
Broken black buck
Broken chestnut agouti
Aren't they sweet? These are the best shots I've managed to get out of probably a hundred. I see all these great bunny sites with nice shots of perfectly-posed bunnies and I'm mystified. How in the heck do they get them to hold still? I'm not complaining, though. Crazy, hopping, skipping, jumping bunnies are happy bunnies.